Friday, September 4, 2015

Green Party of Colorado targets vulnerable seats, elects new officers

September 2, 2015 by  
Filed under All News, State Party News

DENVER, CO – September 2, 2015 – At the annual statewide meeting held on August 29, 2015, the Green Party of Colorado (GPCO) has elected a new slate of officers, all focused on the goal of winning vulnerable seats in the state legislature and other partisan offices. GPCO’s new co-chairs are Bill Bartlett (re-elected) of […]

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Kinsey: Renaming McKinley is a step toward setting things aright

September 1, 2015 by  
Filed under Featured

Note: it was announced on August 31, 2015, that Mt. McKinley in Alaska would be renamed “Denali,” the original name given by Native Americans. By Bob Kinsey Mt. Denali = Good. Mt. McKinley = bad. The name, Mt. McKinley just celebrates a President who began a war with Philippine Freedom Fighters and bent a war […]

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UPDATED: Annual Meeting 2015 Announced!! (including officer candidates)

August 7, 2015 by  
Filed under Elections & Candidates, Featured

The Annual Meeting of the Green Party of Colorado is coming at the end of this month!  On August 29, representatives from across the state will convene on the Corky Gonzales Library in Denver. For the Green Party voter, these meetings are important for a couple of reasons: First, you have an opportunity to meet […]

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Distraction and Control

June 29, 2015 by  
Filed under All News, Featured, Stay Informed

Two weeks, two news cycles, two stories that gripped the nation. Race and sexuality. Very personal issues. Definitely not topics that we want to disregard, or make light of. But what DIDN’T we talk about as a nation? Isn’t there something that happened recently that was demanding our attention? Oh, yeah! The TPP. NAFTA on […]

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Just Say No to Dynasty

March 13, 2015 by  
Filed under Featured, Stay Informed

With the de facto 2016 presidential primaries starting, the twin parties are already scrambling to decide which corporate “leader” they will be following off the edge of a cliff. There isn’t enough lipstick on the planet to make this group of hogs look appealing, but it won’t stop them from competing for their spot in […]

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Institutions Matter: Why the Democratic Party Will Always Be a Dead End

November 30, 2014 by  
Filed under Stay Informed

We recently discussed some of the major differences between Democrats and Greens on this blog. Although the previous post outlined serious disagreements on policy matters, it did not cover the larger institutional and structural changes that divide the two parties. Greens support economic democracy. Democrats support a plutocracy with a few band-aids. Sure, they’ll push […]

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Some Green Reflections on the 2014 Elections

November 19, 2014 by  
Filed under Stay Informed

A great many people out there are (sadly) predisposed to the idea that Greens are nothing more than a “second” Democratic Party that exists for no purpose except to gratuitously spoil races and ensure the Republican will win. Every time a Green runs for office, the same tired question is asked. “Aren’t you worried that […]

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Colorado Dems Are Folding Already!

November 16, 2014 by  
Filed under All News, Featured, Stay Informed

Democrats are Weak on Renewable Energy Reports are in that Senator Bennet (D) is ready to get on board with the Keystone pipeline.  Now, that didn’t take long, did it? Of course, this would NEVER be an issue with a Green in office. The GPCO Releases an Official Statement: Colorado families need jobs now, but […]

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Live Now! Voting Methods & Election Integrity Symposium!

November 15, 2014 by  
Filed under Elections & Candidates, Events

Free and Equal is hosting a Voting Methods & Election Integrity Symposium today from 9am-4pm. Harry Hempy will be speaking today.  You won’t want to miss this! Check out the livestream here! http://new.livestream.com/accounts/6754733/events/3590076  

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Greater Boulder co-chair, Susan Hall: Greens are the party of integrity

November 12, 2014 by  
Filed under Elections & Candidates

by Susan Hall, co-chair of the Greater Boulder Greens The 2014 midterm elections are now over. Thank you to all the Green Party laborers, activists, writers, speakers, researchers, debaters, analyzers, techies and contributors for making the world a more inclusive and better place to live. Those in the US who care about what happens in […]

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